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spatial

[′spā·shəl]
(physics)
Of or pertaining to space; occupying space; occurring in, or conditioned by, space; considered with relation to space.

spatial

Having to do with space. Contrast with "temporal," which deals with time.
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These spatializations have become the quintessential forms of contemporary biopolitical abandonment, foregrounding the simultaneity of law and matter, lives and objects.
This article posits that a symmetry exists between microfiction's compressed spatialization, and the compression--and hence violation--of temporal norms of the reader's anticipation.
Several scholars have observed that the eponymous edifice in Chaucer's House of Fame can be understood to literalize a classical memory palace, but their arguments typically emphasize the role of memoria in poetic invention without commenting on the issues of perspective, visualization, and narrative spatialization considered here.
These texts navigate nation-time and colonial-space through the spatialization of history and temporalization of space: the present tense of modernity is occupied by Europe, whose colonization of ancient Asia and pre-historic Africa is figured as an inevitable clash between divergent temporalities.
Each of these chapters, all resonantly titled, approaches the book's themes of socio-cultural and poetic spatializations from distinctly different locations--architectural, geographical, generic, historical and aethetic.
In addition, elements from Classical literature have been used that are resonating within the enchanted forest of Mirkwood, and the manner of spatialization and fictional cartography seems to be derived from nineteenth- and twentieth-century psychological realism.
Besides the effective use of spatialization and the rich texturing of sound, Near the Driver draws on a characteristic exclusive to radio (plays): the "disembodied communication of sound" (Crook 30).
A Bloomian anxiety is latent in the Bulgarian-French philosopher's struggle for identity with background as an expatriate and in her intertextual revision of Bakhtin's spatialization of literary language according to Friedman.
Two of the articles won awards at the 2012 Sound and Music Computing Conference in Copenhagen, but all articles relate to spatialization and music information retrieval.
Packaging digital information for enhanced learning and analysis; data visualization, spatialization, and multidimensionality.
From the later 1970s onwards, Gramsci's influence re-inflects Said's appropriation of Lukacs's theory, permitting its spatialization.